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What does DCC stand for?

DCC stands for Dynamic Currency Conversion (credit card service)

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These include a leading solution for Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC), an application designed to provide transaction details in both the local currency and currency of the cardholder.
Elavon markets solutions including credit and debit card processing, electronic gift cards, dynamic currency conversion, multi-currency support, and cross-border acquiring through multiple alliance channels including financial institutions, trade associations, and third party sales agents.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court against Visa Inc (Visa), and a number of related Visa entities, alleging contraventions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 in relation to dynamic currency conversion services (DCC).
Abdulla Al Raeesi said, "The Network International platform which supports advanced acquiring functionality will enable Ahli United Bank to meet its objectives of providing enhanced merchant solutions in Bahrain and its subsequent extension to cover other key AUB markets, with innovative features such as integrated multi-lane solutions, hotel solutions, new e-commerce services, dynamic currency conversion and loyalty programs to address the specific needs of all business sectors.
It also fears more than 13 million Britons could be hit by hidden dynamic currency conversion (DCC) charges - adding another pounds 20 in hidden costs to the average pounds 500 spent on a two-week holiday.
Summary: DUBAI - Emirates NBD, and its subsidiary Network International announced, that all its ATM machines in the UAE have been enabled with the Dynamic Currency Conversion, or DCC service, to reflect the amount in the cardholder's billing currency for foreign credit cards.